Arstechnica and other news stories broke this story in March, 2014
If your router has the following DNS servers: 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11
Then you have been hacked.
Otherwise you will not know.
GoodGearGuide out of Australia has a report:
Denial of service “attack” can cause a reboot of your phone.
It affects all Android 4.x firmware versions on Google Galaxy Nexus, 4 and 5.
When a phone receives a large number of SMS(Short Message Service- otherwise know known as text) messages it could reboot
ARIN – American registry for Internet Numbers
SANS – (SysAdmin, Audit, Networking, Security) A private company teaching the ins and outs of security
DIG – an excellent utility to check DNS (Domain name service on the net at Kloth.net
Virustotal – An excellent online malware analysis tool (wondering if a file has malware? upload and check.
ISC – Internet Storm Center , a daily update on Security concerns on the net (run by SANS)
More to come…
The Framework Core consists of
five concurrent and continuous Functions—Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover.
This Framework is designed to protect critical infrastructure of the United States (utilities, police, fire, and other government functions)
Small business owners can learn some things as to what to do in the primary function of the framework: to Identify your risk and develop organizational understanding to handle this.
It seems that this framework is not very specific, and may be helpful to some companies which have not put the time into making Cybersecurity a priority.
This is considered client side vulnerability.
Where the user on their computer can click on a webpage or link using Flash and then the system will be compromised (a malware would kick off and the system will do the master program bidding).
this is a good reason why I use Chrome and firefox to reduce some exposure liability.
KrebsonSecurity has some more info.